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THE DAILY BULLETIN,
friday eve., octobers, 1883, eosser & McCarthy, Publish era and Proprietors, To WnoM Addukss Am. Comkuxioitiows TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. L. T. Goebko Pronerty for sale or rent. John Wheeler Reduction In prices. Wukm tho humid rain cloud gathers, Over all the starry spheres, And the melancholy darknes, Gently weeps In rainy Kara; 'Tls u Joy to press the pillow Of a Maysvllle feather bed, And contemplate tho pleasant fact, That another hog Is dead. Tim Btcnmer Morning Mail will resume her plnco in this trnde next Monday. m The steamer Scotia, in complete repair, passed up this morning for Wheeling and Pittsburg. . m m Rev. A. N. Gilbert will lecture at tho Christian Church, in Sard is, next Monday and Tuesday nights. m Coal can be had nt the Maysvillo elevators at twelve cents a bushel. The supply on hand is not large. -- m ...... ... Owing to delay in getting tho windows tho May slick Baptist Church will not bo re-opened Sunday next as was expected. mm No less than twenty-five houses will bo built in Chester next season. So much for cheap lots on reasonable terms. Tho Maysvllle real estate agents are largely entitled to credit for these improvements. m Rev. A. N. Gilbert will preach at the Christian Church in Washington next Sunday afternoon at half past three o'clock, provided it is not raining at half past two. Tho rain at that hour prevented the keeping of the appointment last Sunday. m " My daughter has taken tho medicine faithfully, according to directions, and her health and spirits aro now perfect. Tho humor is all gone from her face. I wish every anxious mother might know what a blessing Ayer's Sarsaparilla is in such cases." Base burning stoves are now largely used in $iis city and aro kept in stock by all of our dealers. Tho fuel used is anthracite coal which can be had for about 59 a ton. The average consumption of coal is from ono to two pecks a day, according to the size of tho stove. Cards have been issued announcing tho wedding of Miss Rosa B. Williams and Dr. J. T. Wallingford, of the Madison street Baptist Church, on Tuesday, October 10th. The bride is the daughter of Capt. R. S. Williams, who wag at one time connected with this paper. Another protected porker, ami a general favorite in pig circles, ascended the golden stairs yesterday by tho street car chuto. Gone, but not forgotten: Dearest plgtcy thou has left u, And thy loss we deeply (eel ; We shall miss thy little capers, We shall miss thy little squeal. m m 0 The Morning Mail has been thoroughly overhauled and repaired, and is now practically n new boat, and a very handsome ono at that. Her guards have been widened two and one-half feet on each side, and other appreciated improvements made. All the other boats of the lino have been repaired also, and are now in condition. Mr. John- Wheeler advertises elsewhere a reduction in tho price of oysters. Tho cheap grade may now be had as low as twenty cents a half can. He has also a full supply of fresh fish of several kinds. He received this morning from Baltimore a lot of deviled crabs, cooked J in tho shell. They have been prepared by peoplo who know what they are about, and will bo found very delicious. Go and try them. m It is tho desire of tho citizens' relief committeo to rebuild all of tho burned houses on Hord's Hill, eight in all, and it will bo dono provided tho inoncy can be raised. Thus far about SSOO have been secured, and there aro good reasons for believing further liberal contributions willbemado. Tho immediate wants of tho sufferers have been relieved, and they havo been supplied to some extent with clothing, though they are still much in need of bod clothes and bedding. If there aro any of our citizens who havo such things to spare, they will bo doing a really charitable act by sending thorn to tho coal office of Mr. William Wormald, on Wall street who, has kindly consented to take charge of all articles contributed for the uso of these destitute people. - v vr ' ?vi v? Important Lectures. Rev. A. N. Gilbert will begin a series of lectures at tho Christian Church on next Sunday night, to bo continued on each Sunday night for several weeks to como. The subject will be "The Har mony Between Science and Revelation in tho History of Creation," in reply to Ingersoll and other skeptics. These lectures have been delivered as pay lectures to largo audiences in Beveral of the principal cities of the Union, but Mi Gilbert has determined to givo the opportunity to hl congregation and its friend of hearing them free of expense. Tho lecture next Sunduy night will be introductory to tho series, and a vindication of the Bible in its relations to society and civilization. The public will be cordially welcome. Mr. Gilbert will preach in the morning also, at the usual hour. PERGONALS. Mr. Barbor Russell is very ill. Prctf. T. F. Leary is in the city, and will open a class in book-keeping soon. Miss Lutio Pepper, of Columbus, 0., is tho guest of Misses Alice and Mattie Bateman. Mr. Frank Wheatley son, of Thomas Wheatley, Esq., is very sick at Notre Dame, Ind. Misses Lizzie and Tillie Altmeyer left Thursday to visit relatives in Newport, Ky.t and Cincinnati, 0. Mr. John Love, an old Maysvllle boy, is in tho city and has been warmly received by his old friends. - A Dance to Bo Iteconimemletl. Fashionable young people are calling upon somebody to invent a new dance. Suppose somebody invents ono wherein the young lady dances around the house and helps her mother a little at housework. How would that step take?" LITTLE FREAKS OF FASHION'. Some Women Who Chop Their CurK and Some Who Carry Gold-Tipped Canes. Now York Evening PoU. Pi inted lace capotes will be tho leading opera bonnets this year. Trimmings of silk or satin upon traveling dresses are now considered wholy " bud form." Wide braelets, heavily chased, and bangle?, lace-pins and dog-collars of various patterns, all of solid silver, are again the heicht of fashion. A party of English youmr ladies, well chaperoned, recently sojourning at Montreal, Canada, c.tnied slender switch canes of ebony, with small uold heads, richly chased, and wore jockey caps of plain black velvot, which were most becoming and natty looking. BoMi cane and cap are said to bo very fashionuble abroad both in England anil France. The EnglNh fashion of eronpinsr the hair short all over tho head and forming it into little loose riiurs has again reached America, and many ladies are sacrificing their luxuriant tresses to the Moloch of tho present mode. During an afternoon drive through a prominent city in Canada, the writer lately noticed no "less than a ?core of ladies, Goth English and American, thus shorn. With this style of co ffiaro the jockey hat that is usually worn, excepting where the fashion is followed by middle-used women ; in this case tho toque, or English walking hat, is seen, as no larger or broader hat can very well be kept secure without braid or puff to which it may be fastened. These short rippling locks are to a great degree charming on some heads mostly with tho rosy-faced girls in their teens, or not far out of them. For and About Women. Miss Cora Bennison, the Quincy, III., female lawyer, is making a tour around the world. The monopoly of selling peanuts at the Silver Lake fair belongs to tho woman's Christian Temperance Union, of Perry, N. Y. Mrs. Julia Gardner Tyler, widow of ox-President Tyler, and Airs. Sarah Childress Polk, widow of ox-President Polk, draw their pensions of $5,000 each at the agency in Knoxville, Tenn. Prima donnas sometimes lose other valuables than diamonds during the exigencies of an American ''season." A pug dog belonging to Miss Emma Eisner, of tho Hess Opera Company, recently jumped from a railway car and was killed, and tho little lady is inconsolable. The announcement that the Comtesso de Chambord has- decided to take tho veil will surprise no ono familiar with the semi-ecclesiastical life she led before tho death of her husband. She has been noted for her abstemiousness and austerity of manner. In appearance she is tall and thin, and dresses habitually in the plainest of black silk costumes with no decorative treatment of the material. She will, it is said, spend tho rest of her davs in the cloisters of tho convent at Gratz, and her largo estates will go to tho church. Fannie Brigham Ward, writing from Monteioy, Mexico, to tho St. Paul Pioneer Press, notes tho ruin that marks tho track of Goii. Taylor's army of invasion in peaceful, unoffending Monterey. She then goes on to say, "Through the streets our soldiers stormed, fighting all the way. Every homo was a barracade to be taken, and every room was a scene of murder. Under "tho suuve "international" talk that to-day prevails in Mexico, runs a current, deep and 6trong, of animosity to Americans. Tho time is likely to como within tho next decade when tho smouldering fires of tho old hatred will Jwrst out anew against tho now would bo peaceful invasion, and when that time arrives it will bo well for Americans to got out of tho city, mi Best black silks for SI and $1.23 per yard, atSparks &Bro's.,24 Market street. citt iTsmai Advertisements Inserted under this heading 10c per line for each Insertion. Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers. Insure with Salieo & Salleo. s23dlm Buy your underwear from Sparks & Bro's., 24 Market street. Mosquito bars ready-made and made to otder at Hunt & Doyle's. . ., m Yarns all colors at factory prices at Sparks ec Bro's., 24 Market streot. "----" m m i Ladies and children's Jerseys, all colors and siies, at Hunt A Doyle's. Pecks Bad Boy No. 2 by George W. Peck, in any quantity, at Piaster's book store. o3d2t If you want something pretty and new in millinery goods go to Mrs. Morford's, Third street. o4d3t Bargains in carpets, rugs, oil cloths and window shades at Spark's & Bro's., 24 Market street. Hats and caps cheap at Sparks &. Bro's,, 24 Market street. octldlw Go to Mrs. Morford's, Third street, for the best assortment of millinery goods and notions. Prices the lowest. One thousand unlaundried shirts, linen bosoms and bands, fifty cents each, at Sparks & Bro's., 21 Market street. Mrs. Morford has a new and elegant stock of millinery good just received, which includes all the late novelties. Fresh Oysters I am receiving daily the best brands of fresh oysters, which will be served in any style desired day or night. I will also supply them by the can ur half can. slSdlin Juii.v Heiseu, ' European Hotel. m Fresh Oy.sters. Fresh Baltimore oysters of the best grades, and the finest of the season, just received. As usual, my prices will be as fair and reasonable us 1 can make them. Joicv Wiikklku, sepStf Market stieet. m Sufferers from the effects f quinine, used as a remedy for chills and fewr. will appreciate Ayer's Ague Cure, a powerful tonic bitter, computed wholly of vegetable substances, without a parthle of any noxious drug. Its action is peculiar, prompt and powerful, breaking up the chill, curing the fever, and expelling the poison from the system, yet leaving no harmful orunpletsant effect upon the patient. MAitmi;i. October 3, 1&S3, at the H'sldencp of John G. Hrodt, Vls Ll'CINDA it. HRODT, of Ma. mh county, to Mr. UtiOHGE V. NOuliKH.ol Htllsboio, O. IttiTAlliMAKKK'I. Corrected dally hy U. W. (JKisei, Kiocer "Httoudsiruet, Maysvllle, Ky. FLOCK. Limestone 8 7 oo Maysvllle Family fi'Jo Old Gold 7 Oil Mason County y & Kentucky Mills 6 or Magnolia, new, 5 75 Dim Uii in iot .. i. fcO ii'HJ I.Hl(liTf! ! EalJlS, M UUZhmimi .... fcV Meal$ peclc 2Q Chickens 15025 Molasses, fancy 6u Coal Oil, V gal. 'JO Hugar, granulated to lu " A. to 10 II yellow H K SU9 Comb Honey 15 Stralued Houey 12 Hams, sugar cured $ tr 15 Bacon, bieakfatit ft to - U Hominy, ty callou J5 Beaus $ gallou -10 Potatoes V peck, new ., . 15 Onffee :. 1215 ANNOUNCEMENT. For Mayor. We are authorized to announce that M. F. MARSH N a candidate tor the ottteo of Mayor ol tho city of Maysvllle at tho January election, IM. Wo aro authorized to announce that HORACE JANUARY Is a candidate for as Mayor of Maysvllle, at the ensuing January election. For City Cleric. Wo aro authorized to announce that HARRY TAYLOR is a candidate tor re-election as City Clerk at the ensuing January election. For Collector and Treasurer. Wo are authorized to announce that E. E. PEARCK Is a candidate for re-election as Collector and Treasurer of Maysvllle at the eusulug Jauuary elecilou. Tor Marshal, Weoienuthoilzed to announco Mr. W. W ' WATICINS as a candidate for Mar&hal at tho ensuing January electlou, l&M. Wo are authorized to announco JAMES H ASSON, Hrt as a candidate for city marshal at the January electlou, Not ouo cent lor electioneering purposes. Wo aro authorized to annouuee that W. I), DAWSON Js,a candidate torthootllce of City MarMml, at the ensuing January electlou, He solicits tho u oporto his nJeiuli. Wo aro authorized to announce that JAMES REDMOND Is a candidate for re-election as Marshal of Maysvllle at tho onsulng January election, Tho support ot his irlends Is MR, ROBERT W. BROWNING announces that ho is a c mdidate lor City Marshal at tho enkuluir January election, on the llrst Mou day in Jauuary, l&U. Your support Is solicited. FOR SALE OR RENT. HAVING purchased tho blacksmith shop, tools, and residence of Robert Dudley, ut Mi. Carmel, I oiler tho property for sale privately, or will reut the same to a good blacksmith. Tho tools aro the best, and lu good order. Address for further particulars, . LOUIS T.GOEBKE, o5d&w2w Mt. Canuel, Ky, New Advertisements. IWmId E UNBuUALLED IN Tone, TouclijWorlanansliip & Dnral)ility. WILIIAM KNABE A CO. No. 201 and 306 Went Daltlraoro Street, Daltlmowt Ko. 113 Fifth Avenue. New York. rpo Rates for ad-X vertlsing lu 997 yood newpaiiers sent five Address GEO. P. HOWELL & CO., 10. Spruce street, N. Y. JOHN WHKKLKR, In: CONFECTIONERY, Fruit, FlMhf H. F. HEMINGWAY A- CO.'S "ANCHOR" RRAND Eaw Oysters, TO-DAY'S Pit ICES. S'llMTf.SjP" c A9.UITElun,tcaiiH 0c ANCHOlt, standard, quart cans 40c SELECT, quart cans 45c N. Y. SADDLE ROCK, quart cans too HULK, per quart 33c FI3H C, 8 and 10c OPERA HOUSE! ONE NIGHT ONLY, MONJAY, October 8th. Engagement of the dWttnsEiiNhed actor and Popular Favorite. ROBERT McWADE, (ot Rio Vau Winkle fame) In his new grand play " Franz Herelielle," with conjeou euery, plctu eque costumes, new imiMcand a upwt Drama lo Company under the management of R. E. J. MILES. 3PFPTaT TJfWIPP Th,,i rompfiny carry a OrilulilL ilUllUDi car iojutof mannlrtcent Mvtieiy ami uiecii.tntcal a pui.it us, and will prtni thN beautiful piny in u manner mvei In this city. Popular prices prevail. Admission 7o mil fii) ceiil. No nxlru charge forrholtvMMts.iiow lead at IJnti vTaytorV, Si, Miuket Mreet. J.l PATRICK, BuMness Manager. TEACHER WANTED. TEACHER for the public school In A No. iffi, Helena, Ky. Miw tie wel. qu ill tied I'ho tuilld'm: w Hi be riadJfor by Nnvomuei 1st. Ad u ess w JOHN WILLKTT,) ISAAC POWERS Committee. J, C.A.KING. J HOUSEHOLD GOODS AT AUCTBOM. rWILL oiler at public sale at my residence on Wall tieet, Monday, the iullowiuu household propeity: lluKteatN, pallor set, butvaiiSf wastiNtand, chali, dining loom unit l:ltilwn tnriiltnr Suit nl tpii n. m. Term cash. olwltdld MARGARET FRANKLIN. COLO BLAST J. D. EASTON & CO., Corner Wall and Front Sts, Feather beds cleaned of all Impurities on short uotice. All beds weighed belore and after cleaning. You are iuvlted to call nud bee your own work done. oct3dwtf J. D. GASTON A CO. THE VLACKTO KT CIIKAP BED-ROOM SUITS IS AT GEOBGE OHl,Jv.'st mch31dly SUTTON STREET. HERMANN LANCE 3S; as C9 rn "9 OihmIhiiikI Work WAKUAMGI). Number 13, Second ctveot, three doors bolow Alarket street, Muynvllle, Ky. apllHdly Fresh" OYSTERS". IAM recelvhiK dally the best brands of which will bo served in all styles. For sale also by tho can, half-can or lu bulk at icaRonablo prices, T. J. NOLIN, at DIerley'aeoniectionery store, Secoud St. A, R, QUSCOCK & CO i! Is tho best place to get baigalns In DRY GOODS. FOE SALE. fPIlE snlondld farm of Lewis F. X BroolCN, near Minerva, and ou tho Dover and Minerva Turnpiko, containing 223 acres An olegaut brick dwelling, two good teuant houses, two of tho llnost tobacco barns lu Mason comity, good btables, orchards, and an abundance of water, nud plenty of lino to uacco ianu. Appiy 10 u AUUtiiT a. WALii, BepSd&wlm Maysvllle, Ki pttANI OPKNINO OF- FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY GOODS THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY. o3d2wl MILS, n E. THOMAS iLYON&HEALY I State & Monro? Sts., Chicago. VMUt4e4rrMli tianvft't JfutbJr . BAND CATALOGUE, I t for lu. soo -I') Lriiul T111? OI IBIVMUlfUU, StiUH Cps nl Slftodi. Dmtn Mvf Su 1 i.tuu, Modrr tund nitcu. Ktlrln JMsUrrVfstl'olilclulniifn tlon ri Hi mteUrt for Amiwnr Iltai. xul a of CttM LcJ Mmlc febl2dAvlv J.C.PECORCO. Keep constantly on hand a full supply of School and Blank BOOKS, PenclN, Pens, Copy Rook, Slates, Satchels, Inks, Writing Paper, Envelopes Ac. Larpet and building paper always lu stock. Wall Paper, Window Shades, Pure Drugs, Teas, Snlces, Patent Medicines, Dye St u IN, Oils and Varnish?, Ugars and Tobacco. Perlumery, Toilet Article Ac, lc. ALLEN 4&CO, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS; S. W, Cor. Main & Fifth, CINOINXAXI, OHIO Invite ftttea41on to their stock f Draro, 9fef Iclncs, lMtnU,01uac lo HtulTm. They arts the proprietor of tho original and genutnn AllrnNerrrftltono.tuliueat.Thoordersor. CMUundaUortttuiobuyerti particularly eollcltecV Piles! Piles!! Piles!!! Old BROWN'S PILE CI RE willcureany case of protruding or ulcerated bleedlug Pile by a few applications. A trial will convince any one who Is suffering with this loathsome disease that what we say Is true. For sate by GEORGE T. WOOD, Wholesale Druggist, Jeaoddcwlm Maysvllle, Ky, MANUFACTORY F. L. TRAYSERj rDealer lu tlrsNelass: PIANOS ! ORGANS. ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED ! PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED! Front .Street. Ulnysville. miiitrazar; :Denler lu: Dry Goods and Notions, Furnishing Goods Rook-, Stationery and General Merchandise. UNDERWEAR for smalt children and grown persons a specialty. A large stock of Hand-Made Knit Goods of all klivK Novelties of all k ndsand PRICES VERY LOW. My block is complete in all Hues and I guarantee satisfaction lu all caes. The public pat lonauo Ia solicited. sl3dtf MISS ANNA FKAZAR. SIMMONS' jyJEDicflTED Well-water. A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Kidneys. r.rAS been used with most giatlfyiup; sue-; L cefcs in many obstinate case.,. Prof. K. W.Clark, professor of CheinUtry at tho University ol Cincinnati mu s this water "belongs to the same class with that of the Alleghanv Snrlnus, ot Virginia," tho medicinal virtues of which atotoo well known tube stated heie. Tnnsu wuuuesUtt to iry tins famous water are interred to Captain C. V. Boyd, Levanua Ohio; Captain C. M. Holloway, Cincinnati, Otdo: .1. J. Raine. Cincinnati. Ohio. For mia iu half barrels and Jims hv GU. blMMONS, Proprietor, nvditwtf Aberdeen, Ohio, SUBURBAN C E For Sale Or Rent. i FOURTEEN acies of No. 1 land, hltuated 1 on hliih bottom land ne.ir tlio Mipt latlroad ami near ouo of the best school houses lu tho county. The house contains olKht rooms besides kitchen with house of two rooms in tho rear bultablo lor outsldo kitchen and servants room. Collar under tho entire houso with dairy, A now nud con venlent barn and other out buildlugs, A spring near the houso of never falUny water and also two cisterns. This property can bo pin chased very low and on easy terms. For any other information call on Robert A, Cochrau, Court St. ohvtfdSt II. II, COX. J J. McCAHTIIEY,Llconsed Auctioneer t for Mason and adjoiulmc counties. Orders left at the RuLTiKTiN oiuco will receive prompt attention. P. O. address Mt. Carmel.